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The Ashmolean Museum: Home page of the Museum

The Ashmolean Museum: Home page of the Museum
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Attingham Park With so much to see and do on a visit, we've picked our top recommendations for a day out this spring. The mansion is a must for any visit, and this spring we're revealing the remarkable work we've already carried out as part of our Through the Roof project with the newly-restored stained glass dome in the Picture Gallery staircase on display. Our parkland will begin to fill with flowers and wildlife this spring, so why not pick up a walks leaflet on arrival to guide you round our favourite routes? Zeng Fanzhi ZENG FANZHI, Self-portrait, 2011, oil on canvas, 59 × 39 5/16 inches (150 × 100 cm) Zeng Fanzhi Listed Exhibitions (29 Kb) Zeng Fanzhi was born in Wuhan, China in 1964. Major exhibitions include Singapore Art Museum (2007); Musée d'Art Moderne de Saint-Etienne de Metropole, Saint-Etienne, France (2007); Fundacion Godia, Barcelona, Spain (2009); National Gallery for Foreign Art, Sofia, Bulgaria (2010); and Rockbund Art Museum, Shanghai, China (2010). He has participated in numerous international group exhibitions including the first Guangzhou Triennale (2002); the Biennale di Venezia (2009); and "I mondo vi appartiene" at the François Pinault Foundation, Palazzo Grassi, Venice (2011).

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